Fuelly - MPG, Mileage, Service

Fuelly - MPG, Mileage, Service

By Fuelly, LLC

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date: 2008-11-11
  • Current Version: 3.3.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 109.99 MB
  • Developer: Fuelly, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 16,755 Ratings


Easily track your vehicle’s fuel economy and vehicle maintenance records. Set up reminders to keep on top of maintenance tasks such as oil changes and tire rotations. Fuelly makes it easy for you to save money with gas mileage calculations (MPG) and service reminders. The Fuelly app seamlessly integrates with Fuelly.com, the web’s most used gas mileage tracking website. Easily manage the cars in your garage and log each fuel-up. At each fuel-up, just add the miles, gallons and price per gallon and see your MPG data grow. All data is beautifully displayed and perfectly synchronized with your vehicle on Fuelly.com Features: • Tracks gas mileage and vehicle maintenance • Attachments to store photos and PDFs • Online sync to Fuelly.com • Charts: MPG, stats, gas price, gas expenses, service expenses • Customizable service reminders, with presets like oil changes, tire rotations, and more • Priority support via in app messaging • Supports multiple vehicles • Store vehicle data: VIN, License Plate, etc. • Excel compatible email reports (CSV attachment) • International Units: MPG (US), MPG (Canada), MPG (UK), MPG (Imperial), L/100km, gal/100mi (US), gal/100mi (Imperial), km/L, km/gal (US), km/gal (Imperial), and mi/L "App Store Pick of the Week." —Apple "Gas Cubby makes its mark not only with its power, but with its flexibility." —Kyle Baxter - Macworld For more information visit: www.Fuelly.com For priority support, contact us via in app messaging. Or you can contact us at support@fuelly.com --- Also available from Fuelly: FUELLY PREMIUM • Remove ads • Add photos and PDFs to records • Auto completion of locations when adding fuel or services $0.99 monthly • $6.99 annually --- Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel the subscription once activated. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase. --- Privacy Policy: http://www.fuelly.com/privacy Terms of Service: http://www.fuelly.com/terms



  • No mileage in title menu

    By wdckellogg
    Really like the android version of just using this until I get rid of this iPhone.
  • Greedy Developers

    By Zippyzip6767
    I have no problem paying for an app, and depending on what type of service or tool, a subscription as well. I don’t, however, believe that something as basic as fuel tracking (even with attachment options) rises to the level of requiring an annual subscription. A $6 annual subscription (assuming no growth in the subscription) at 3% inflation in perpetuity has a present value of $200, which is a bit steep for me. Subscription for Spotify or Netflix with constant value-added, new programming is justified; fuel tracking - not so much... Recommendation: charge a reasonable one-time fee for the app instead.
  • Does not care that notifications are broken

    By A.J. Mac
    Update 2: Apparently we are at the end of the troubleshooting stage for finding out why notifications are not working for the app. What was suggested to fix it? ‘Delete and redownload the app. Oh, that didn’t work? Nothing else we can do.’ My impression: we don’t know or care enough to actually sort out your issue. I asked if they were going to do anything else we can do to try and resolve the problem, but they said this is all they can think of. Also, as a response to the developers ‘check your spam folder’ comment. I check my spam folder every day. I never received a response to my first request for help on this issue. Thanks. Update: After going to their website and submitting a request for feedback to another product, I was directed to submit through the app. After that I did receive a reply. There is hardly any access to control settings within the app. It has an option to provide feedback in the app, it uses your email but I have tried many times and never heard anything back. I do not see an option to see how long I have remaining for my subscription, I thought this was a decent product and wanted to support that, but it now seems I was incorrect. One of my biggest issues is that the notifications for service reminders do not work on the app, I only see that it hasn’t told me when logging into the desktop/web version to read the forums for a solution. Not acceptable.
  • No maintenance notifications...

    By D_Clark
    This app is helps me keep track of my mileage, and is supposed to produce maintenance reminders, but it doesn’t anymore.
  • Keeps opening app store for Shein fashion online

    By yonip1
    Unusable. I cannot enter data on the app because it keeps opening the app store asking me to download Shein fashion online app. Used to be great now it’s full of ads.
  • Redirects to porn ads

    By Davidluko
    Recently Fuelly started, at random times, redirecting me to apps in the App Store or to websites in Safari. It’ll redirect 5+ times in a row (as soon as I go back into Fuelly, it’ll redirect again, making the app temporarily unusable). And on top of that, sometimes it redirects me to porn ads in Safari. Seriously?!
  • Nice app to track mileage and fuel consumption

    By Jason901
    Been using this app for years. Wish it had more stats like it use to but it’s been a reliable app. One of my favorites. Keep up the good work dev team!
  • Was a great app

    By Abarth Driver
    But the constant pestering to subscribe gets old after the third or hundredth time. The subscription option needs to back the heck off on the repetitive appearances. All it's done is get me started looking for a replacement app. I purchased one of the original license versions and honestly do not appreciate my license being changed to where an ad (for the subscription) is pushed so heavily. The developers need to seriously rethink this. It's bad enough they share your data that gets uploaded to their website for sync purposes.
  • They Sell Your Info to Your Insurance

    By mypupdaisy
    My Insurance company contacted me and tells me they know how many miles I’m driving per year on my vehicle. When I tell them I was using Fuelly, they said that the Developer sells my information to third party companies and thats how Insurance companies get it. I will delete and stop using this stupid app. The developer denies this but its interesting that my insurance company knew the miles I logged in the app. I also did not have sharing features on. I no longer use the app. I have no idea who’s doing what.
  • Changed again.

    By Frustrated IL mall shopper
    Guess they changed free app again. Now it won’t let you put in location where u bought fuel. Keep restricting what you can use on free app. Not sure how much longer I’ll keep using as not functional and not worth paying for just to keep track of gas mileage.